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LIVE: Liverpool press conference – find out what Klopp has to say, here

Date Posted,April 6, 2017


Jurgen Klopp went through the full scale of emotions in the two latest home matches.

Sheer joy and elation upon winning the derby over Everton, then, frustration and anger after throwing away the lead against Bournemouth.

The margins are slim and now Arsenal and Man United can join them level on points should they win their games in hand, while Man City would go above them if they win their single extra game to play.

Sadio Mane’s injury is a body blow, but Klopp cannot let that be an excuse.

Each side will suffer adversity along the way, yet with seven games to go they are almost there, Champions League football will bring a great deal to the Reds.

Stoke await this summer and that will be a big test at the bet365 Stadium.

A win will give them some breathing room given United play Swansea on Sunday and Arsenal wait until Monday to face Palace.

Stay with us to hear what Klopp has to say about their slip-up at the hands of the Cherries and more.

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